Adolescent Services Network
Our directory of services is now available online.
GCAPP hosts quarterly Adolescent Services Network (ASN) meetings for youth advocates and service providers to share information and coordinate policy efforts. The meetings focus on networking, strategic planning and brainstorming, and feature speakers and special presentations about adolescent services issues in Georgia.
Preventing teen pregnancy and promoting high school graduation go hand in hand. Pregnancy is a top reason for high school drop out among adolescent girls, and girls who drop out are more likely to become pregnant as teenagers.
Adolescent Services Network Meeting
For details about upcoming meetings, please contact Lauren Fields at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy’s "Putting What Works to Work" site - which translates research on teen pregnancy prevention and related issues into user-friendly materials for practitioners, policymakers, and advocates.
Advocates for Youth’s Tips for Health Care Providers: Helping Teens and Parents with Sexual Health Needs.
Georgia Department of Community Health provides information on working to improve health and access to care in Georgia, including Medicaid.
Georgia Department of Human Resources (DHR) Division of Public Health provides information on public health in Georgia.
PeachCare provides information on free or low-cost health information for Georgia's children.
Resource Center for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention provides practical tools and information to effectively reduce sexual risk-taking behaviors.